As a sculptor, painter, illustrator, and performance artist, Emmerich Weissenberger always centers his work on the human being: his artistic works focus on the human form and his performances on human behavior. His main objective is to uplift the human, to demonstrate his mental abilities and his potential for salvation.

Art can change the world. One of its core values ​​is to bring out the best in people. This includes the development of a sustainable lifestyle for humanity, creating a dignified life for all. Since 2004, Emmerich Weissenberger is the director of the ROSASTURM art laboratory for sustainable development and during this time, he has set in motion a variety of highly respected actions .

 “I believe that Art always leads the way. If a social or economic paradigm shift becomes apparent, artists, above everyone else, are the first to react. Art is like a seismograph and can also act as a trendsetter.

For all intents and purposes, Art is the spearhead of any new development. Sustainability concerns us all. For me, it is about artistic intervention, which makes this topic tangible and understandable. “

Die Tat, 2018, 160x125cm, Mixed media

Falling Angel 8, 2019, 160x130cm, Mixed media

Falling Angel 9, 2019, 160x130cm, Mixed media

Transformation 6, 2018, 70x60cm, Mixed media

Transformation 7, 2018, 70x60cm, Mixed/m

The King’s Speech, 2019, 203x242cm, Mixed media

The King’s Room, 2019, 203x242cm, M/m

Great Illusion, 2019, 160x130cm, Mixed media

Magenta Akt, 2016, 140x130cm, charcoal on paper

Great Illusion, 2019, 130x160cm, Mixed media